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Aitkin Independent Age

Owl of snow
Aitkin Independent Age
Wild and Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Program is a non-profit organization located in Garrison involved in rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing orphaned and injured wildlife in the central and northern parts of Minnesota. With the necessary permits ...



COLUMN: State tidbits to tide you over
Jacksonville Daily News
First, a little plug for Possumwood Acres, one of my favorite charities. Under Toni O'Neil's tireless leadership, the Hubert sanctuary, wildlife rehabilitation and educational center has worked with hundreds of animals—from squirrels to geese to ...

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Asheville Citizen-Times

Nature Center Notes: Injured, orphaned or learning to fly?
Asheville Citizen-Times
If you find a baby bird: If the bird is obviously injured, sick or brought to you by your cat, contact a local wildlife rehabilitator. If the baby is without feathers, place the baby back in the nest. It is a myth that birds will reject their baby if a ...



Valley News

Outside Story: Wildlife Rehab Can Be Tricky in Winter
Valley News
“I saw him on the side of the road, just sitting there, trying to fly,” the young woman explained to Maria Colby, director of Wings of the Dawn Wildlife Rehabilitation and Rescue. “Other cars were stopping and then circling back around to see if I ...



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Delaware Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Feb. 13-19
AmmoLand Shooting Sports News
On Feb. 19, Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers presented information on obtaining wildlife rehabilitator permits, endangered and threatened species and Natural Resources Police's role in wildlife rehabilitation at the Delaware Council of ...

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C&G Newspapers

Wildlife rehabilitation program seeks to inform, recruit
C&G Newspapers
SHELBY TOWNSHIP — At 7 p.m. Friday, March 24, the Stony Creek Metropark Nature Center will host Holly Hadac, a veteran wildlife rehabilitator based out of Oxford Township, to discuss the challenging and rewarding profession of saving wild animals.



COLUMN: Upcoming gala to support those who help area wildlife
Jacksonville Daily News
On May 25, Director Toni O'Neil of Possumwood Acres in Hubert called Rita Rendon, a licensed wildlife rehabilitator and founder and CEO of Back to Nature, a wildlife rehabilitation program in Jacksonville, to ask if Rita would dedicate the time to care ...



Maryland Zoo adopts pair of orphaned grizzly bear cubs
Baltimore Sun
They were taken to a wildlife rehabilitation facility 150 miles away in Helena, a temporary home while officials searched for a zoo to adopt them permanently. "We waited and waited and finally the Baltimore zoo said, 'Yeah, we can take them,'" said Ron ...

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Mountaintimes

Winter bird rehabilitation faces extra challenges
Mountaintimes
“I saw him on the side of the road, just sitting there, trying to fly,” the young woman explained to Maria Colby, director of Wings of the Dawn Wildlife Rehabilitation and Rescue. “Other cars were stopping and then circling back around to see if I ...



Oaken Acres seeking interns and volunteers
The MidWeek
Oaken Acres Wildlife Center, a wildlife rehabilitation center founded in 1984, takes in roughly 600 patients a year primarily from DeKalb County. These patients come to the center injured or orphaned and can take countless hours of care for the days ...


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